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Model # JKP45WP -- Ovens work intermittingly - go on work for a few days - then we get a constant beeping noise and the ovens won't work - Clock is on - but ovens won;t turn on - turn circuit breaker off to reset - sometimes it works - sometimes not -- any Ideas what it could be and a solution

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This may be related to a problem I have helped others solve. The solution is available free at my website. I have at last count helped over 1000 oven owners with a similar problem. http://fp1.centurytel.net/Powerman/Dreaded%20F7%20Problem.pdf Hope it works for you too.

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